JBL PROFLORA CO2 TAIFUN INLINE MEMBRANE
Replacement diaphragm for CO2 TAIFUN INLINE diffuser

  • Spare/replacement diaphragm for the CO2 inline diffuser JBL PROFLORA CO2 TAIFUN INLINE & the predecessor JBL ProFlora Direct
  • Switch off the filter, unscrew the diffuser, insert the watered diaphragm, screw the diffuser back on, switch on the filter
  • Special ceramic for particularly efficient CO2 diffusion and smallest CO2 bubbles for high effectiveness
  • An annual replacement of the diaphragm is recommended, as its diffusivity changes over time
  • Package contents: replacement diaphragm for all sizes of JBL PROFLORA CO2 TAIFUN INLINE (12/16,16/22,19/25), incl. 2 sealing rings
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Product information

Ideal nutrition for plants
Having the right CO2 concentration in the water is hugely important for aquarium plants. Carbon dioxide is the plants’ main nutrient and it fully promotes their growth. Plants use CO2 for photosynthesis and this supplies the water with essential oxygen. They prevent algae growth, remove pollutants, provide hiding places and reduce germs.

Efficient enrichment of the aquarium water with CO2:
Inside the diffuser is a special diaphragm through which the CO2 diffuses into the aquarium water, which is pumped back into the aquarium by the external filter. The very small CO2 bubbles dissolve very well in the water and save about 20 % compared to other CO2 diffusers.

Replacing the diaphragm
Due to sedimentation from the aquarium water, the efficiency of the diaphragm decreases over time. For this reason we recommend an annual replacement.

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JBL PROFLORA CO2 TAIFUN INLINE MEMBRANE

Art. no.:
6469000
EAN Code:
4014162646903
Content:
1 piece(s)
Volume packaging:
0.33 l
Gross weight:
19.59 g
Net weight:
7 g
Weight factor:
0
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
25/140/96 mm

Properties

Animal species: Axolotl, Barbels, Bettas, Blowfish, Catfish, Cichlids, Crayfish, Danions, Discus, Flowerhorn, Goldfish, Gouramis, Guppy, Juvenile fish, Killifish, Livebearers, Loaches, Panchaxes, Rainbowfish, Reedfish, Shrimps, Snails, Spiny eels, Tetra, Veiltails, freshwater butterflyfish
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All aquarium fish
Volume habitat: 40 - 800 L
Material: plastic (PP) / ceramic
Colour: white / black

Electronic label / illuminant

Mercury: No
Dimmable: No

Technical Data

Height:52 mm
Length:22 mm
Width:22 mm
FAQ
May the JBL PROFLORA CO2 products only be used for the aquarium?

Yes, the JBL PROFLORA CO2 products are designed exclusively for use in the aquarium. The gas contained promotes plant growth and works with fine precision so that even the smallest quantities can be supplied to the aquarium. Constant operation and the safety of the fish are thus guaranteed.

Why do you need to soak the membrane in water for 24 hours?

To receive a consistent bubble pattern with fine micro bubbles, the modern ceramic PE hybrid membrane needs to be soaked in water before putting it into operation. If this is not done, large bubbles will occur.

Why does the CO2 diffuser create large bubbles?

In order to enable the modern ceramic PE hybrid membrane to build consistent micro bubbles and to ensure an effective
CO2 spread in the water, it needs to be soaked in water for approx. 24 hours before being put into operation. Do not, therefore, switch on the CO2 supply after installation until the period of time mentioned has passed. Alternatively you can put the membrane into a bowl of water. Without this soaking the pores will not have enough water and will let large bubbles pass with an uneven distribution.

Why does my CO2-INLINE-DIFFUSOR need more bubbles per minute than my old CO2 reactor/diffuser?

The size of the bubbles is essential to providing compatibility. That’s why you cannot compare the number of bubbles in the ProFlora direct with the old method of determining the bubbles (e.g. with the ProFlora Count (safe) or other bubble counters). Depending on the method used, the bubble size can differ by up to 300 %. That’s why it’s important to use the same bubble counter when comparing both systems in order to determine the conversion factor “bubble number in the old bubble counter” to “bubble number in the ProFlora direct”. Since there is no standard CO2 bubble size, it is otherwise difficult to determine the true conversion rate.

The bubble counter doesn’t fill with water. What can I do?

If there is no water in the bubble counter after the installation, just wait a few hours before switching on the CO2 supply. The water jet of the filter will then cause water to enter it. Alternatively while installing it, you can fill the chambers of the bubble counter with water.

Blog (opinions & experiences)

JBL TV #34: How does CO2 get into the aquarium? Reactor, diffuser & more

The main plant nutrient CO2 is a gas that can be dissolved in water with the help of CO2 diffusers or CO2 reactors.

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JBL TV #31: BASIC. ADVANCED. PROFESSIONAL.

CO2, also called carbon dioxide, is the main nutrient for all plants.

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Plant species

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CO2 plant fertilisation

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Instructions

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